[BiO BB] Re: Comparing Whole Genome Sequences

Tristan Fiedler fiedler at cshl.edu
Wed Dec 21 12:10:20 EST 2005

The Blastz algorithm has been optimized for genome-scale alignments.  
Pre-processing of sequences to mask low complexity region, repeats, 
vector contamination, poor quality sequence, tandem repeats, etc may be 
needed however.

References :


Cheers,        Tristan
Tristan J. Fiedler
Postdoctoral Fellow - Stein Lab
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
On Dec 21, 2005, at 12:01 PM, 
bio_bulletin_board-request at bioinformatics.org wrote:
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> Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 20:51:57 +0330
> From: "hamid" <hamid at ibb.ut.ac.ir>
> Subject: [BiO BB] Comparing whole genome sequences
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> I want to compare (align) whole genome of several organisms. How can I 
> do
> that? there are several tools such as mVISTA that can align multiple
> preprocessed sequences but I want to compare my own organisms. for 
> example
> if I want to compare 3 strains of brusella.
> Thanks

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